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Installation Manual
5100 Series, Catalog 5140
Quad-Ethernet Module
Accessory 72EE for New Series 300 Transfer Switches,
(with Group G controller) & 5210 Digital Power Meter
Section
1
Page
Introduction
Purpose of this Manual .................................................................................... 1-1
General Specifications..................................................................................... 1-1
2
Access Levels and Passwords
Access and Passwords ................................................................................... 2-1
Addresses ........................................................................................................ 2-1
3
Webpage Interface
User Requirements ......................................................................................... 3-1
Getting Connected to the QEM over the Ethernet .......................................... 3-1
Webpage Design and Navigation ................................................................... 3-2
4
Modbus & ASCOBusII TCP Interfaces
Modbus TCP Interface..................................................................................... 4-1
ASCOBusII TCP Interface ............................................................................... 4-1
5
SNMP Interface
SNMP Configuration and Interface ................................................................. 5-1
6
SMTP Interface
SMTP Configuration and Interface ................................................................. 6-1
7
5140 QEM Configuration Details
Configuration → Edit Mode ............................................................................ 7-1
Appendix
Firmware Upgrade ........................................................................................... A-1
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... A-2
Types of Data/Control...................................................................................... A-3
Glossary........................................................................................................... A-4
Communication Address Form ............................................................ in the back
Index ................................................................................................................ back page
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5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Introduction
1-1
Introduction
The ASCO Catalog 5140 Quad-Ethernet Module (QEM) is a stand-alone Ethernet switch and data concentrator.
It allows users to communicate with the new family of devices made by ASCO Power Technologies over a local area
network (LAN) or over a secure Internet connection. If the 5140 QEM is provided on a New Series 300 Transfer
Switch, it is designated as Accessory 72EE. The Group G controller firmware must be version 11 or higher for
transfer and retransfer capabilities.
Purpose of this Manual
This manual should be used to assist individuals who:
▪ will install and configure the 5140 QEM
▪ will monitor / control devices made by ASCO Power Technologies by using the 5140 QEM’s built-in web pages
▪ will communicate with ASCO Power Technologies products through the 5140 QEM by using a Modbus TCP-based
monitoring system (BMS or SCADA)
▪ will capture / read data from the 5140 QEM by using SNMP
For specific LAN details contact the LAN administrator or IT specialist.
If the 5140 QEM is provided as Acc. 72EE on a New Series 300 Transfer Switch, refer to the transfer switch
installation manual, controller user’s guide, and wiring diagram.
General Specifications
Voltage:
Power Requirements:
Mounting:
Dimensions (L,H,W):
Ambient Temperature:
Ports:
24 V dc
1.7 W
DIN mount vertical
4” x 5” x 2” (4 cm, 11 cm, 10 cm)
-4° F to 158° F(-20° C to +70° C)
2 (yellow stripe) for ASCO devices
4 (blue stripe) for Ethernet
Installation
The 5140 QEM mounts on a standard 35 mm DIN rail (not
supplied). To release it from the DIN rail, pull down on the
handle at the bottom. A power terminal plug is provided.
Connect the device(s) from ASCO Power Technologies to
the upper ports (yellow stripe). Connect the Ethernet
network to the lower ports (blue ports). Use Category 5e or
higher cable with RJ-45 connectors.
Tip Communication Address form is included at the
back to help you fill in needed information on your QEM.
The 5140 Quad-Ethernet Module provides Ethernet-access that allows users to view data from New Series 300
Transfer Switches, and 5210 Digital Power Meters. All users must follow these precautions:
!
DANGER
NOTICE
To avoid possible shock, burns, or death, deenergize all electrical
sources to the Transfer Switch before installing the 5140 QuadEthernet Module.
Be sure that Users to whom you give access are those persons
that you want to view information about the electrical system.
Windows and Internet Explorer are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Access Levels and Passwords
2-1
Access Levels and Passwords
The 5140 QEM has three different levels of user access. The importance of these levels varies based on the interface
method that is selected. The 5140 QEM is shipped with three preset user IDs and default passwords. The three user
IDs cannot be changed. The passwords can be changed by the admin level user. During the initial on-site
configuration the passwords should be changed as needed.
User IDs
(lower case)
cannot be changed
Access Level
Default Password
(upper case)
15 characters maximum
monitor
View access: can view status and
webpages, cannot transfer or
retransfer load, or make changes.
ASCO
control
Control access: can transfer and
retransfer load (ATS), cannot change
any configuration settings.
ASCO
admin
Full access: can set passwords and
change all configuration settings of
the 5140 QEM.
ASCO
NOTICE
New Password
Be sure that users to whom you give control access are those
persons that you want to be able to control the electrical system.
How to change a password
On any QEM web page, click the Configuration tab. Click the Press to
Change Password button. In the Change Password window, type the
User ID (admin level), type the old password and the new password. Then
click Submit, and a message should indicate that the password was changed.
Figure 2-1. Configuration screen.
Type monitor, control, or
admin (lower case).
Figure 2-2. Change password screen.
Addresses
The MAC address and the default IP address are located on the outside of the 5140 QEM. Refer to the About
webpage for determining the IP address and MAC address.
Address
Default Address
New Address
IP Address
169.254.001.001
The MAC Address cannot be
MAC Address
00:0C:99:____:____:____.
changed by the user
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Webpage Interface
3-1
Webpage Interface
The 5140 QEM has built-in web pages that allow the user to monitor and control the downstream capable devices
made by ASCO Power Technologies. A computer (or any web-enabled product, including smart phones and tablets)
and a connection to the 5140 QEM over Ethernet will give the user access to data.
User Requirements

The user has a computer or web-enabled device that has been configured to communicate over a network to
the 5140 QEM. The most common web-enabled device would be a computer and the most common network
connection would be over a LAN (local area network). The setup and testing of this network can be viewed
in the Configuration area of this manual.

The user has been provided the IP address of the 5140 QEM as well as a User Name and Password for access.
It is possible that the information is still the default settings but may have been changed during setup.

The user’s intranet access software or web browser needs to be one supported by the 5140 QEM. The 5140
QEM supports most web browsers but was designed for Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher.
Getting Connected to the 5140 QEM over the Ethernet
address bar
Open the web browser of the webenabled device that will be used to
view the 5140 QEM web pages.
The default IP address is
169.254.1.1. Type the correct IP
address in the address bar and press
Enter. See Figure 3-1.
The webpage should show a Login
page. If the webpage appears it
indicates that all of the network
configurations were done correctly.
If the Login page is not displayed,
the setup needs to be reviewed.
Common causes for not being able
to connect to the 5140 QEM could
be: It is not powered on, duplicate
IP address, cables not connected, or
gateway address/network settings.
Also refer to the troubleshooting
section.
Figure 3-1. Login screen.
Type the User ID and Password
and click Login. Refer to page
2-1. When a correct user name and
password is entered the dashboard
page should appear.
Figure 3-2. Dashboard page (typical for New Series 300 Transfer Switch with Acc. 72EE)
3-2
Webpage Interface
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Webpage Design and Navigation
The web pages provide easy movement between pages. Tabs with drop-down boxes at the top allow navigation
between pages. Navigation is typically one-level deep. Figure 3-3 shows the navigation bar and drop-down boxes.
Dashboard
Details
Device 1
Device 1
Device 2
Device 2
Events
Not supported
by all devices
Configuration
About
View only
Editable
Figure 3-3. Navigation bar and drop-down boxes.
▪ The Dashboard pages display dynamic data for each device; they update every second.
Transfer Switch
If the 5140 QEM is an Acc. 72EE on a New Series 300 Transfer Switch, the device is Transfer Switch.
Click Transfer Switch to display the transfer switch status, voltage and frequency, activity, statistics, alerts, time
delays, and identification. The load can be transferred or retransferred via the Controls area of the page (requires
control or admin access level).
NOTE The Serial Feature 17 must be enabled in the Group G Controller, firmware version 11 or higher,
to allow load transfer.
Power Meter
If the 5140 QEM is used with a 5210 Digital Power Meter, the device is Power Meter.(Normal, Emergency, Load
on a transfer switch or Other for stand-alone applications) Click Power Meter to display the source status, voltage
and frequency, activity, statistics, alerts, time delays, and identification.
▪ The Details pages generally show static data or settings information for each device.
Transfer Switch
If the 5140 QEM is an Acc. 72EE on a New Series 300 Transfer Switch, the device is Transfer Switch.
Click Transfer Switch to display a page similar to the transfer switch dashboard page, but it has additional data.
Power Meter
If the 5140 QEM is used with a 5210 Digital Power Meter, the device is Power Meter (Norm, Emer, Load).
Click Power Meter to display a page similar to the power meter dashboard page, but it has additional data.
▪ The Events page shows event information captured from the ASCO devices, if supported. It shows in log number
order, the date and time, type, and cause of each event. The 5140 QEM does not add additional events.
▪ The Configuration pages are of two types: a page for viewing settings (read only) and a page for changing the
configuration of the 5140 QEM. In Edit, the IP addresses can be changed, the SNMP and SMTP can be
configurationed, and the users can upgrade the 5140 QEM firmware.
▪ The About page shows all of the devices possible and displays detailed device identification.
If the 5140 QEM is an Acc. 72EE on a New Series 300 Transfer Switch, one device is the transfer switch
Controller (Group G).
▪ Particular web pages, or the data of those pages, will be dependent on the devices connected to the 5140 QEM.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Modbus & ASCOBusII TCP Interfaces
4-1
Modbus / TCP (for Monitoring Systems)
The 5140 QEM can act as a Modbus/TCP server to provide data to a Modbus client on demand. The 5140 QEM
looks transparent to the Modbus/TCP client. The Modbus register in the downstream device looks like it is inside the
5140 QEM. Because the 5140 QEM acts as a data concentrator, the data from downstream devices is constantly
refreshed and available in the 5140 QEM. This design results in a very fast turn-around time.
Accessing Modbus/TCP Data
Accessing parameters by Modbus/TCP requires three components: the IP Address, the device address, and the
Modbus Register number. Modbus/TCP is always enabled in the 5140 QEM.
IP Address
The IP Address required to allow a client the ability to communicate to the 5140 QEM is defined in the configuration
pages of the 5140 QEM web server. Usually the Modbus/TCP Client is on the same network as the Modbus/TCP
server (the 5140 QEM).
Device Address
The 5140 QEM maps the Modbus data using the downstream device address. This is the device address needed when
configuring the Modbus/TCP client. This address can be accessed from the About page of the 5140 QEM webpage
or by going to the enclosure of the device and using the LCD screen and push buttons to locate the address from the
settings page of the device.
Modbus Register
The Modbus register map is the same as that of the downstream device. As an example, the line-to-line voltage
(A-B) of the New Series 300 Transfer Switch’s Group G Controller is at register address 40017. Reading this same
register from the 5140 QEM will provide the data from the Group G Controller to the Modbus/TCP client.
The well known TCP port for Modbus/TCP is 502. This port setting is done on the Configuration/Edit page. The
port is defaulted to 10001. For an example interface using the Modbus Test Suite refer to document 381339-319.
ASCOBusII / TCP Interface
ASCOBusII is a proprietary protocol designed by ASCO Power Technologies for use with ASCO 5700 & 5900 Series
CPMS systems. Accessing ASCOBusII data requires an ASCO Power Technologies technician. ASCOBus II is
always enabled in the 5140 QEM.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
SNMP Interface
5-1
SNMP Interface
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) was created as a way to monitor and manage network devices
and hosts. SNMP is mostly a tool for network managers. Because of its simplicity it has also been used as a way to
monitor other devices (like the 5140 QEM). SNMP is defaulted to disabled and needs to be enabled to use.
A Management Information Base (MIB) file allows a SNMP client the ability to understand the structure of the
management data in a network device (in the case, the 5140 QEM).
5140 QEM Support
The 5140 QEM acts as a SNMP agent, providing data to a
SNMP Manager on demand. The 5140 QEM supports the
GET, GETNEXT, GETBULK, TRAP, and RESPONSE
commands (SNMP v1 and v2). The 5140 QEM does not
support the SET or INFORM commands (SNMP v1 and
V2). Also, the 5140 QEM does not support SNMP v3.
SNMP Configuration and Interface
To enable SNMP functionality in the 5140 QEM, go to the
Configuration → Edit Mode web page. Click the box.
Configuring the SNMP master varies depending upon the
client itself but needs the same base information:
Figure 5-1. SNMP Configuration screen.
• The IP address of the 5140 QEM
• The MIB file.
• The registers that will be read. Because these registers
will be predefined in the MIB, they can usually be dragged
and dropped in the SNMP master once the MIB is
imported
• Details of configuring the SNMP master are master
dependent.
To configure the 5140 QEM SNMP for capturing and
sending traps, go to the Configuration → Edit Mode web
page. The list of alarms that the 5140 QEM monitors is
listed in the Alarms Configuration window. Note that these
alarms are also used to initiate email alerts if SMTP is
enabled. The alarms available are shown in Figure 5-2.
On the Configuration web page of the 5140 QEM, type
the IP address of the computer that is running the SNMP
master. Both devices should be on the same subnet or the
Gateway Address in the Ethernet Module window.
Figure 5-2. Alarms Configuration screen.
169.254.001.001
0.0.0.0
Details of configuring the SNMP master to view TRAPs are
master dependent.
For a SNMP master configuration using the iReasoning
master, refer to document 381339-320.
iReasoning, copyrighted by iDeskCentric Inc.
Figure 5-3. Ethernet Module configuration screen.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
SMTP Interface
6-1
SMTP Interface
The Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) facilitates the sending of email alerts to users when alarms occur.
By using this feature users are able to have important device status pushed to them rather than having to constantly
monitor status. SMTP operation requires that the user has the email address of the destination email as well as the
Server IP Address of the local network. Usually the IT department needs to be contacted for this feature.
A Management Information Base (MIB) file allows a SNMP client the ability to understand the structure of the
management data in a network device (in this case, the 5140 QEM).
5140 QEM Support
The 5140 QEM can send emails to up to 5 email addresses. All the emails sent include the same text and alarm data:
name, location, alarm type, and time. Emails are sent based upon alarms that are selected from a predefined list.
SMTP Configuration and Interface
To enable the SMTP functionality in the 5140 QEM go to
the Configuration → Edit Mode web page. It is enabled
when a valid address is typed into one of the email ID
textboxes, a valid server IP Address is entered, a valid From
email ID is entered, and at least one Alarm box is checked in
the Alarms Configuration window.
Configuring the SMTP needs the following information: the
email address of the destination email(s), the email address
of the sender, the Server IP Address, Username (this can be
anything, there are no restrictions), the correct Alarm triggers
selected. Choices are shown in Figure 6-2.
Note that these Alarms are also used to initiate TRAP alerts if
SNMP is enabled.
Figure 6-1. SMTP Configuration screen.
Figure 6-2. Alarms Configuration screen.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Configuration Details
7-1
QEM Configuration Details
The 5140 QEM requires minimal configuration for most applications. Webpages allow the user to change how the
5140 QEM functions; only one webpage requires an understanding of the system network.
Configuration
Configuration → View Mode
Configuration → Edit Mode
Description
This webpage allows users to change the password of users at their
access level or lower. See page 2-1.
This webpage is where most of the network type settings can be done.
Access is restricted to admin users only. Click the Edit Mode drop-down
box and log in. The user (admin level) can update the firmware. See
Appendix 1.
Configuration → Edit Mode
This webpage allows configuration of general IP address related settings, SNMP and SMTP configuration, encryption
support (if offered), and network settings. These settings are divided into four windows:
▪ The SNMP window configuration setup is discussed in the SNMP section.
▪ The SMTP window configuration setup is discussed in the SMTP section.
▪ The Alarms Configuration window presents a list of alarms that can be activated. Enabling these alarms affects
both the email data sent as part of SMTP functionality as well as the TRAP use in the SNMP configuration if either
of these protocols is enabled. See the SNMP and/or SMTP sections, if applicable.
▪ The Ethernet Module window includes these sub areas:
Enabling DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) mode allows the IP address of the 5140 QEM to be set by a DHCP
serer – usually as part of an IT administered network. This is rarely used due to the need for a network to be well defined,
usually done using static IP addresses.
The IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway address are network settings that will often be provided by the network
manager. The default settings are 169.254.1.1, 255.255.0.0 and 0.0.0.0, respectively. Further information on changes to
these settings should be addressed by the network manager.
The TCP port number might need to be changed if a BMS or SCADA system will be interfacing to the 5140 QEM. This
setting will usually only be changed by an ASI technician.
The AES Encryption port and the ability to enable AES Encryption is used in conjunction with an ASCO Power
Technologies monitoring solution, BMS, or SCADA system to add additional security. Both the 5140 QEM and the Ethernet
master must use the same 128 bit encryption and communicate using the same port. Usually, particularly on LAN, this
feature is not used. On some international non-encrypted versions these settings will not be available.
The SMTP Mode enable option is discussed as part of the SMTP section.
The Device Termination enable capability works in conjunction with the downstream data network. This setting is
enabled by default and should be left enabled.
The general recommendation is that the settings be left as default when possible. Usually the changing of the IP Address is
all that is required.
After any changes are made to the configuration page, click the Press to SAVE button.
Note: Changing the Ethernet or SNMP Configuration will reset the 5140 QEM; a message appears that the 5140
QEM is reset. In a web browser, pop-up messages should be allowed. Otherwise, the 5140 QEM will not reset, and
its webpage will display the older configuration. Click the OK button and close the pop-up window.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Firmware Upgrade
Appendix-1
Firmware Upgrade
The 5140 QEM firmware can be upgraded over the Ethernet. You need a computer connected to the 5140 QEM over
the Ethernet, an ASCO Power Technologies approved .bin file, and the correct password privileges.
Firmware upgrade capability is accessed on the Configuration → Edit Mode page.
1. To start a firmware upgrade, click the Press to Upgrade Firmware button on the bottom right corner of the
Configuration → Edit Mode page.
2. A pop-up window appears. Click the Continue button, then close the pop-up window.
3. Close the browser window. Then open the browser again. Enter the IP address of the 5140 QEM (see page 2-1).
4. Point to and install the .bin file. The install should take less than 10 seconds.
5. After a successful upgrade, a pop-up message FIRMWARE UPGRADE COMPLETED appears. Click the Reset
button.
6. Close, then reopen the browser window again. Enter the IP address of the 5140 QEM (see page 2-1) to view web
pages.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Troubleshooting
Appendix-2
Troubleshooting
To avoid possible shock, burns, or death, deenergize all electrical
sources to the transfer switch before working on the 5140 QEM.
DANGER
!
Status Lights (LEDs)
Power light
This light should be on under normal operating conditions
LED Name
Color
Power
Green
Status
Description
off
5140 QEM is not energized, it is turned off
on
5140 QEM is energized, it is turned on and working
Ethernet Connection Lights
These lights should be blinking under normal operating conditions
LED Name
Color
Activity
Green
Link Speed
Status
Description
off
There is no activity on the link
on
Flashing indicates activity on the link
off
There is no link connection
on
There is a link connection
Yellow
Diagnostic Light
This light should be off under normal operating conditions
LED Name
Color
Status
Solid on
off
Diagnostic
Red
diagnostic
light
power
light
activity
light
link speed
light
Description
5140 QEM in boot loader (starting up)
5140 QEM in normal operating
condition
1 blink
FRAM checksum error
4 blinks
Duplicate IP address on the network
Reset Button
A reset button (hole in the top) is provided to reset the 5140 QEM to original default settings. These settings are:
IP address, subnet mask, gateway address, TCP port number, and reply timeout. The reset button should only be used
if you forget the IP address. (see page 2-1).
Web Pages are not accessible
If the 5140 QEM web page is not accessible, try the following procedure:
1. Open the command prompt on the computer. Type cmd
2. To monitor network connectivity status, type Ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx in command prompt.
3. The default prompt of the 5140 QEM is 169.254.1.1 (see page 2-1).
4. To monitor continuous network connectivity status, type Ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -t in command prompt.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Types of Data/Control
Appendix-3
Types of Data/Control found on Web pages
The following types of data and control are provided on 5140 QEM web pages, depending on the connected devices.
Transfer Switch Dashboard web page (for New Series 300 Transfer Switch with Group G Controller)
▪ Switch Status, Active Alerts, Timers
▪ Transfer Switch – Control Capability (firmware version 11 or higher)
▪ Voltage, Frequency, and Current Monitoring
▪ Transfer Switch / Generator Statistics
Transfer Switch Details web page (for New Series 300 Transfer Switch with Group G Controller)
▪ Pickup and Dropout Voltage Settings (settings for view only)
▪ Frequency Trip Settings
▪ Engine Exerciser Settings
▪ Active Alerts and Timers
▪ Transfer Switch and Engine Status
Power Meter Dashboard web page
▪ Energy Consumption – Net KWH, KVAR, KVA
▪ Transfer Switch Rated Current Utilization
▪ Power Quality (THD)
▪ Power Measurement – KW, KVA, KVAR, PF
▪ Voltage (L-L and L-N), Frequency, and Current Measurement
▪ Current date and time
Power Meter Details web page (settings are view only)
▪ Energy Consumption
▪ Historic KW Demand
▪ Maximum Load Demand Chart
▪ Power Measurement – KW, KVA, KVAR, PF
▪ Voltage, Current, Frequency, Power, and PF Measurement
▪ PT and CT ratios
Event Log page (5140 QEM displays up to 300 events with Accessory 11BE)
Events page shows the controller events logged into the 5140 QEM. Data included: event type, cause, timestamp.
Configuration web page
▪ There are two Configuration pages. One is viewable only; the other allows changes to the settings (Admin level).
▪ Viewable and editable are IP, TCP, and Communication Settings as well as SNMP and SMTP settings.
▪ The user can change device names and locations (these are only changes that can be made to downstream devices).
▪ The Configuration section is where a user can change the passwords (see page 2-1).
▪ Firmware Upgrade access (see Appendix 1).
About page
▪ The About page provides firmware versions of the 5140 QEM and devices that are connected downstream.
5140 Quad-Ethernet Module
Glossary
Appendix-4
Glossary of Abbreviations and Terms
The following abbreviations are used in this manual.
Abbreviation
Definition and explanation
Acc. 72EE
Accessory 72EE, designation for 5140 QEM when provided with a New Series 300 Transfer Switch
AES
AES Encryption
ASCO
ASCO Power Technologies, Emerson Network Power
ATS, TS
Automatic Transfer Switch
BMS
Building management system
CMD
Command
CPMS
Critical Power Management System, ASCO 5700 or 5900 Series
DIN
35 mm DIN rail for mounting the 5140 QEM
DPM
Digital Power Meter, ASCO 5210
Gateway
Software or a computer running software that enables two different networks to communicate
Group G
Controller used on New ASCO Series 300 Transfer Switches
IT
Information Technology, an IT professional manages the computers and networks for a business
IP
Internet Protocol, provides rules for sending and receiving data packets between nodes through
the Internet
LAN
Local Area Net, is a computer network limited to a small area
MAC
Media Access Control, is a hardware ID number that uniquely identifies each device on a network
MIB
Management Information Base
Modbus
A serial communications protocol
Ping
A protocol used to determine the presence of a host on the Internet
QEM
Quad Ethernet Module, ASCO Catalog 5140
SCADA
Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition system
SMTP
Simple Mail Transport Protocol, used for sending e-mail over the Internet
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol, used for exchanging management information between
network devices
Subnet Mask
A number that defines a range of IP addresses that can be used in a network
TCP
Transmission Control Protocol, verifies delivery of data packets
THD
Used in Power Quality Meter
TRAP
SMNP notification from Agent to Manager
IP Address
Subnet
mask
Gateway
ATS
Serial No.
ATS
Catalog No.
Address set in
ATS Controller*
Address set
in DPM
Instructions
Fill in the information for each 5140 Quad-Ethernet Module (Acc. 72EE) provided with a New Series 300 Transfer Switch and/or 5210 Digital Power Manager.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Row
No.
Communication Address Form for Quad-Ethernet Module (QEM)
INDEX
A
G
About, 3-2, Appendix 1 & 3
Acc. 72EE, 1-1, 3-2
Access Levels, 2-1
admin, access level, 2-1
Address form, back of manual
Addresses, 2-1
Alarms, 5-1, 6-1, 7-1
Alerts, 3-2, 6-1, 7-1, Appendix-3
ASCObusII TCP interface, 4-1
Generator statistics, Appendix-3
Glossary, Appendix-4
Group G Controller, 3-2
User’s Guide, 381333-400
H
Help, Troubleshooting, Appendix-2
1-800-800-2726 in the US
customercare@asco.com
C
Cable, communication, 1-1
Change Password, 2-1
Configuration, 3-2, 7-1, Appendix-3
Edit mode, 6-1, 7-1
Connections, 1-1
control, access level, 2-1
Controller, Group G, 3-2
User’s Guide, 381333-400
CT ratio, Appendix-3
D
Dashboard, 3-2
Details, 3-2, Appendix 3
Devices, 3-2
Diagnostic light, Appendix-2
Dimensions, 1-1
DPM 5210, Appendix-3
Operator’s Manual 381333-368
E
Edit mode, configuration,
5-1, 6-1, 7-1
Email alerts, 6-1
Engine Exerciser, Appendix-3
Group G Controller, 3-2
User’s Guide, 381333-400
Ethernet lights, Appendix-2
Events, 3-2
Event log screen, Appendix-3
F
Firmware upgrade, Appendix-1
Form, communication address,
back of manual
Printed in U.S.A.
I
Installation, 1-1
IP address, 2-1, 3-2
L
LEDs, status, Appendix-2
Load transfer, 3-2
Login, 2-1, 3-1
M
MAC address, 2-1
Manuals, 1-1
DPM 5210,
381333-368
Group G controller, 381333-400
Modbus TCP interface, 4-1
Modbus Test Suite interface
example, see 381339-319
monitor, access level, 2-1, 3-1
Mounting, 1-1
N
Network, 1-1, 3-1
O
Outline drawing, 1-1
S
Series 300 Transfer Switch (new)
Group G Controller, 3-2
User’s Guide, 381333-400
SMTP interface, 6-1
SNMP interface, 5-1
SNMP Master configuration
iReasoning Master,
see 381339-320
Specifications, 1-1
Status lights, Appendix-2
Switch Status, Appenix-3
T
Timers, 3-2, Appendix-3
Group G Controller
User’s Guide, 381333-400
Transfer Switch, new Series 300
Group G Controller, 3-2
User’s Guide, 381333-400
Web pages, Appendix-3
Troubleshooting, Appendix-2
Types of Data/Control, Appendix-3
U
User name (access level), 2-1, 3-1
User requirements, 3-1
V
View mode, configuration, 7-1
Voltage, 1-1, 3-2
Group G Controller
User’s Guide, 381333-400
W
Web page interface, 3-1
Web page design & navigation, 3-2
P
Password, 2-1, 3-1
Ports, 1-1
Power light, Appendix-2
Power Meter, Digital, Appendix-3
Operator’s Manual 381333-368
Power measurement, Appendix-3
Power requirements, 1-1
Protocol support, 5-1, 6-1
PT ratio, Appendix-3
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